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Record #195694:

Telling an Arctic tale: Arctic discourses in Canadian foreign policy / Lisa Williams.

Title: Telling an Arctic tale: Arctic discourses in Canadian foreign policy / Lisa Williams.
Author(s): Williams, Lisa.
Date: 2011.
Publisher: Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars
In: Arctic discourses. (2011.),
Abstract: Argues that dominant Arctic discourse circulates within Canadian foreign policy comprising three sets of commingling and contestable knowledges: that Arctic is colonial, marginalised, and indigenous space. Also argues that confronting and unsettling dominant discourse can provide opportunity for new political discourse about Arctic to arise.
Notes:

In: Arctic discourses / Anka Ryall, Johan Schimanski, Henning Howlid Waerp, eds.

Keywords: 3 -- Social sciences.
32 -- Politics.
327 -- International relations.
82 -- Literature.
J -- Social sciences.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*41) -- Canada.
Location(s): SCO: SPRI-SHF: (*3) : 82
SPRI record no.: 195694

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